Concepts in Magnetic Resonance A & B experience shift to OA
In joining this partnership, all accepted papers will be published Open Access. This will benefit authors and readers alike, as it means research published in these journals will be easier to find, read and share.
Both journals welcome contributions from multiple fields of research related to magnetic resonance, predominantly magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), and electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR), but also encourage submissions relating to less common magnetic resonance imaging and analytical methods.
Part A of this pair of journals aims to bring together clinicians, chemists, and physicists involved in the application of magnetic resonance techniques to disseminate the latest important experimental results from medical, non-medical, and analytical magnetic resonance methods, as well as related computational and theoretical advances.
The aims of Part B are more focused on the design and development of hardware and software employed in magnetic resonance techniques. The journal welcomes contributions that report the latest advancements in the development of instrumentation and computer programming to underpin medical, non-medical, and analytical magnetic resonance techniques.
Partnering with these journals enables Hindawi to offer authors a greater choice of open access titles in this field. For more information or to submit a manuscript, visit https://www.hindawi.com/journals/cmra/ and https://www.hindawi.com/journals/cmrb/.
Luke Barrett and Monti Rodgers are Publishing Editors at Hindawi. This blog post is distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC-BY). The illustration is by Hindawi and is also CC-BY.